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bobcat t590 fuel system problems
Bobcat has the highest quality, most reliable compact track loaders (CTLs) on the market. That’s why they are trusted by construction professionals around the world.
But even the best Bobcat skid steer loader can suffer from fuel system issues if it is not properly maintained.
A dirty fuel filter shuts off your engine’s fuel supply, which can cause a lot of damage to your equipment. Even if you’re just running out of fuel, that can cause similar problems.
There are three main types of fuel filters in Bobcat CTLs — the primary fuel filter (usually located in a convenient place near the cab), a secondary fuel filter in the tank and a third one in the engine compartment. It is best to replace all three filters at once so they will last as long as possible.
bobcat t590 fuel transfer pump problem
have a bobcat t590 with low fuel pressure. replaced fuel filter and fuel pump but still have low pressure. is there a return line that i need to check or does anyone have any ideas of what the problem could be?
The problem I have is that I have low fuel pressure from the Tank to the transfer pump and from the transfer pump to the high pressure pump. The transfer pump is good since it was replaced along with the fuel filter. The machine has about 1000 hours on it.
bobcat t590 air in the fuel system problem
If you ever have an air leak in the fuel system you will need to prime the fuel system. This is how to do it. Open the cap on your fuel tank. Have someone turn the key on with the engine off and press the accelerator pedal all the way to the floor and hold it there for about 10 seconds. Turn off key and wait 30 seconds, then repeat this until you see some clean diesel fuel coming out of your inspection port on top of your fuel tank. You can see it best when its slightly dark outside. Once you see clean diesel being pumped out of your inspection port you are done priming. You can now start your machine as normal with no problems.
If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment below.
bobcat t590 injector problem
I am new to the forum and new to bobcats. I have a bobcat t590 that has been sitting for a couple of years, it has 275 hours on it. I have put a new battery in, changed all fluids, filters and put a fresh tank of fuel in it. It starts right up and runs good, but when I try to operate the hydraulics all of the indicator lights come on, check engine light flashes and it beeps at me. After researching I found that there is most likely an injector problem. My question is what is the best way to go about determining which injector is bad? And once I determine which injector is bad is there a specific order or side of engine that it needs to be replaced on?
bobcat t590 poor fuel quality problem
In the last two weeks I’ve had to use my back up tank twice due to what I believe is poor fuel quality. The fuel tank will keep filling and won’t stop at the normal level, my first thought was that I had a leak in the tank, however after pulling out the back up tank and using it, I run the machine for about 4 hours and it starts acting sluggish (low power) and eventually dies.
I then pull out my back up fuel tank again, connect it to the machine and run it for another 3 hours or so before I start seeing the same problem, so at this point I’m pretty sure it’s bad fuel.
The weird part is that when filling up my back up tank at the same gas station as I always do, after a while there’s this stuff floating in the tank that you can hear moving around when you shake it.
I’m thinking of switching gas stations but would like some thoughts on this before doing so as this isn’t something that has ever happened with any of my old equipment.
bobcat t590 fuel problems and solution
I have a Bobcat T-590 that is giving me trouble. I’m hoping someone might know what the problem could be.
I work with asphalt and recently put down cold mix on a crack-seal job. The Bobcat was running fine up until about half way through the job, when it started having problems starting. When I shut it off, it would start right back up again. This continued until the end of the day, when I parked the machine for the night.
Next morning, I filled both tanks with fuel, and tried to start the machine but had no luck. The machine acted like it wanted to start (a little smoke from exhaust), but never did start up. I then checked the fuel tank above filter and there was fuel in it. After that I checked filter and found it to be empty and dry as a bone.